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Flora of the klori travelling stock route

FLORA OF KLORI TRAVELLING STOCK ROUTE
John Hosking, NSW Department of Primary Industries, 4 Marsden Park Road, (compiled by J.R.Hosking & from specimens brought in by Joan Overeem) Flora of Klori Travelling Stock Route
The part of Klori Travelling Stock Route (TSR) covered by this list is an area alongside the western
side of Lower Somerton Road between the junction of the Lower and Top Somerton Roads and top of
the ridge north of the junction of the Lower and Top Somerton Roads. The area covered is about 18
ha. It is administered by the Tamworth Rural Lands Protection Board. Areas below the ridge are
grassy to shrubby white box (Eucalyptus albens) woodland. The ridge is white box - white cypress
(Callitris glaucophylla) woodland to open forest with a shrubby understorey. In some cases white
cypress is dense with virtually no shrub understorey and very few herbs and grasses.
Soil type a red brown clay to clay loam. The ridge is made up of conglomerate, other compressed
sediments water-washed stones. Lower areas have been influenced by erosion of different rocks over
a long period of time. In much of the latter area rocks are not evident.
In all 213 native or naturalised taxa were recorded for Klori TSR based on visits by J.R.Hosking on
17 October 2003, 9 April 2004, 30 January 2005, 11 March 2007, 8 April 2007, 28 September 2008,
24 October 2008, 6 November 2008, 7 December 2008, 10 April 2009 & 9 July 2009, and from
specimens brought in by Joan Overeem, 146 being native to the area, 1 native to Australia but
naturalised in this area and 66 naturalised exotics. This list is not comprehensive and the number of
species would be expected to be over 300 based on similar areas listed in Hosking and James (1998).
The most troublesome exotic species would appear to be coolatai grass (Hyparrhenia hirta).
This species forms dense stands that exclude other species.
For information on species listed in this table see Flora Online in PlantNET
(http://plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/).
Plant families used for ferns, gymnosperms and allied groups follow Orchard (1998) while those for
angiosperms (monocotyledons and dicotyledons) follow Stephens (2007).
Reference:

Hosking, J.R.; James, T.A. (1998). Native and exotic flora upstream of the junction of the Peel and
Namoi Rivers, North Western Slopes, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 5: 721-766.
Orchard, A.E. (ed.) (1998). Flora of Australia. Volume 48. Australian Biological Resources Study: Canberra. (CSIRO Publishing: Collingwood). Stephens, P.F. (25 October 2007) Angiosperm Phylogeny Website. (http://www.mobot.org/MOBOT/Research/APweb/welcome.html)
Key
Before a taxon
* indicates an exotic taxon
† indicates an Australian taxon not native to this area
v = vouchers lodged at the National Herbarium of New South Wales (NSW) and the herbarium of
the Agricultural Research Centre, Tamworth. Vouchers of most of the specimens have also been lodged at the herbarium of the Botany Department at the University of New England (NE) and vouchers of some of the specimens are held by herbaria in Canberra (CANB) and Melbourne (MEL). c = vouchers collected but yet to go to NSW 1 FERNS
ADIANTACEAE
Cheilanthes distans (R.Br.) Mett. Cheilanthes sieberi Kunze subsp. sieberi ASPLENIACEAE v Pleurosorus rutifolius (R.Br.) Fée
2 GYMNOSPERMS
CUPRESSACEAE

Callitris glaucophylla Joy Thomps. & L.A.S.Johnson
3 MONOCOTYLEDONS
ASPARAGACEAE
Dianella admixta Gand. (same as J.R.Hosking 3099 – this is different to D. revoluta according to G.W.Carr) v Dianella sp. aff. longifolia JUNCACEAE v Juncus subglaucus L.A.S.Johnson (= Dichopogon fimbriatus (R. Br.) J. F. Macbr.) Lomandra filiformis (Thunb.) Britten subsp. filiformis Lomandra multiflora (R.Br.) Britten subsp. multiflora Aristida ramosa R.Br. var. ramosa Austrodanthonia bipartita (Link) H.P.Linder (=Danthonia linkii Kunth var. linkii) Austrodanthonia caespitosa (Gaudich.) H.P.Linder Austrodanthonia racemosa (R.Br.) H.P.Linder var. racemosa (= Danthonia racemosa R.Br. var. racemosa) Austrodanthonia richardsonii (Cashmore) H.P.Linder (=Danthonia richardsonii Cashmore) Austrostipa aristiglumis (F.Muell.) S.W.L.Jacob & J.Everett (= Stipa aristiglumis F.Muell.) Austrostipa scabra (Lindl.) S.W.L.Jacobs & J.Everett subsp. scabra (= Stipa scabra Lindl. subsp. scabra) Austrostipa verticillata (Nees ex Spreng.) S.W.L.Jacobs & J.Everett (= Stipa verticillata Nees ex Spreng.) Bothriochloa macra (Steud.) S.T.Blake *Bromus hordeaceus L. subsp. divaricatus (Bonnier & Layens) Kerguélen (=Bromus molliformis F. E. Lloyd) Cymbopogon refractus (R.Br.) A.Camus Dichanthium sericeum (R.Br.) A.Camus subsp. sericeum Dichelachne micrantha (Cav.) Domin Digitaria brownii (Roem. & Schult.) Hughes v Digitaria coenicola (F.Muell.) Hughes v Digitaria divaricatissima (R.Br.) Hughes v Digitaria porrecta (R.Br.) Hughes v Enneapogon nigricans (R.Br.) Beauv. Enteropogon acicularis (Lindl.) Lazarides Eriochloa pseudoacrotricha (Stapf ex Thell.) J.M.Black v Panicum queenslandicum Domin var. queenslandicum Paspalidium gracile (R.Br.) Hughes Sorghum leiocladum (Hack.) C.E.Hubbard Themeda avenacea (F.Muell.) Maiden & Betche 4 DICOTYLEDONS
ACANTHACEAE
v Brunoniella australis (Cav.) Bremek.
Rostellularia adscendens (R.Br.) R.M.Baker *Schinus molle L. var. areira (L.) DC. *Cyclospermum leptophyllum (Pers.) Sprague Daucus glochidiatus (Labill.) Fisch., C.A.Meyer APOCYNACEAE (APOCYNOIDEAE) v Parsonsia eucalyptophylla F.Muell. *Gomphocarpus fruticosus (L.) W.T.Aiton v Brachyscome ciliaris (Labill.) Less. v Brachyscome curvicarpa G.L.Davis Chrysocephalum apiculatum (Labill.) Steetz v Chrysocephalum semipapposum (Labill.) Steetz s. lat. *Conyza sumatrensis (Retz.) E.Walker Euchiton involucratus G.Forst.) Holub (= Gnaphalium involucratum G.Forst.) Glossocardia bidens (Retz.) Veldkamp (= Glossogyne tannensis (Spreng.) Garnock-Jones) *Hedypnois cretica (L.) Dum.Cours. (= Hedypnois rhagadioloides (L.) F.W.Schmidt Leiocarpa panaetioides (DC.) Paul G.Wilson (=Leptorhynchos panaetioides (DC.) Benth.) *Schkuhria pinnata (Lamk.) Cabrera Sigesbeckia australiensis D.L.Schultz *Soliva anthemifolia (Juss.) Sweet v Vittadinia cuneata DC. var. hirsuta N.T.Burb. v Vittadinia pterochaeta (F.Muell. ex Benth.) J.M.Black Pandorea pandorana (Andrews) Steenis *Lepidium africanum (Burm.f.) DC. *Arenaria leptoclados (Reichb.) Guss. *Petrorhagia nanteuilii (Burnat) P.W.Ball & Heywood CELASTRACEAE c Maytenus cunninghamii (Hook.) Loes. Einadia polygonoides (Murr.) Paul G.Wilson v Maireana enchylaenoides (F.Muell.) Paul G.Wilson Maireana microphylla (Moq.) Paul G.Wilson Salsola tragus L. subsp. tragus Sclerolaena muricata (Moq.) Domin Convolvulus graminetinus R.W.Johnson (previously part of C. erubescens Sims) Crassula sieberiana (Schult.) Druce EUPHORBIACEAE v Beyeria viscosa (Labill.) Miq. Chamaesyce drummondii (Boiss.) D.C.Hassall v Senna artemisioides (DC.) Randell subsp. zygophylla (Benth.) Randell v Senna coronilloides (Benth.) Randell FABACEAE (FABOIDEAE) Cullen tenax (Lindl.) J.W.Grimes (previously Psoralea tenax Lindl.) Desmodium varians (Labill.) Endl. Glycine clandestina Wendl. var. sericea Benth. v Glycine latifolia (Benth.) Newell & Hymowitz Glycine tabacina (Labill.) Benth. Hardenbergia violacea (Schneev.) Stearn *Medicago orbicularis (L.) Bartal. *Medicago polymorpha L. var. vulgaris (Benth.) Shinners Acacia deanei (R.T.Bak.) Welch, Coombs & McGlynn *Centaurium tenuiflorum (Hoffm. & Link) Fritsch ex Janch. Geranium solanderi Carolin s. lat. LAMIACEAE v Ajuga australis R.Br. s. lat. Linum marginale A.Cunn. ex Planch. Amyema miquelii (Lehm. ex Miq.) Tiegh. Dendrophthoe vitellina (F.Muell.) Tiegh. MALVACEAE (MALVOIDEAE) v Abutilon oxycarpum (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Benth. *Malvastrum americanum (L.) Torr. Brachychiton populneus (Schott & Endl.) R.Br. †Melia azedarach L. var. australasica (A.Juss.) C.DC. *Anagallis arvensis L. blue- & red-flowered forms MYRTACEAE c Eucalyptus albens Benth. Notelaea microcarpa R.Br. var. microcarpa *Olea europaea L. subsp. cuspidata (Wall. ex G.Don) Cif. *Olea europaea L. subsp. europaea Pittosporum angustifolium G.Lodd. (previously included in P. phylliraeoides DC.) PLANTAGINACEAE (ANTIRRHINEAE) v *Linaria arvensis (L.) Desf. v Asperula cunninghamii AiryShaw & Turrill Ranunculus sessiliflorus R.Br. ex DC. var. sessiliflorus SAPINDACEAE v Dodonaea sinuolata J.G.West subsp. sinuolata subsp. angustifolia (L.f.) J.G.West Eremophila debilis (Andr.) Chinnock c Eremophila deserti (A.Cunn. ex Benth.) Chinnock Verbena gaudichaudii (Briq.) P.W.Michael (previously confused with V. bonariensis L.)

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